We found that the government were going back upon the policy they had adopted on the 21st and a discussion which arose was determined on the 24th by a straight party vote in which the government not only went back on their Mr. LENNOX.
Order. Let the hon. gentlemen both take their seats for a moment. If I understand the position it is that the hon. member for Yale-Cariboo rose to a point of order, and in the course of his statement of the point of order he stated that the hon. gentleman (Mr. Lennox) who had the floor was proceeding for obstructive tactics. The hon. gentleman (Mr. Foster) then rises in the midst of the point of order that the hon. member for Yale-Cariboo is taking, to take the point of order that the suggestion that the hon. member who has the floor is taking the course he is for obstructive tactics, imputes a motive to that hon. gentleman. That, of course, is a proper point to be taken at any time.